Blue Pyrenees Estate – Australia
Andrew Koerner made his first vintage at Hardy’s before being appointed assistant winemaker with the legendary Len Evans’ Rothbury Group. After acquisition by Beringer Blass, Andrew became winemaker until meeting Rosemount’s Phillip Shaw. Then Andrew became winemaker and winery manager of the […]
Wakefield Taylors Family Wines – Australia
For three generations the Taylor family have crafted great Australian wines in the Clare Valley, South Australia. Following in the footsteps of his father & grandfather, Mitchell Taylor oversees all aspects of the business along with playing an […]
De Bortoli – Australia
De Bortoli Wines is a third generation family owned wine company established in 1928. The company was ranked 6th largest wine producer in Australia in 2013, and is led by Chief Winemaker, Steve Webber and Leanne De Bortoli.
Ferngrove – Australia
Craig Grafton – Chief Winemaker joined after roles with Pernod Ricard. Celebrating 20 years, Ferngrove Wines is one of the world’s most isolated wine estates. The remote location has fostered a pioneering spirit.
Barramundi – Australia
Barramundi’s fresh branding captures the real Australia – fun-loving, friendly and full of adventure. Appealing to young wine lovers, they capture the enjoyment of sharing in each bottle.
Bream Creek – Australia
Fred Peacock is legendary for the care he bestows on the vines under his direction. Click here for the article about Beam’s success at the CWSA organisation
Dromana Estate – Australia
Chief Winemaker Peter Bauer, meticulously crafts estate grown popular Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay & Pinot Noir, alongside special varietals associated with their unique maritime environment.